TREATMENT & PREVENTION
Bacterial Vaginosis (BV)
CURRENT TREATMENTS FOR BV
Clinical evidence shows that a treatment course of lactic acid is as effective as a course of antibiotics. In many cases BV can recur after antibiotic therapy with recurrence rates as high as 70%. Another treatment option is to use a lactic acid gel during or after a course of antibiotics. Lactic acid treatment in combination with antibiotics has the least recurrence episodes and has a better long-term treatment effect on BV.
RESTORING VAGINAL pH to 4.5
Intervention with a lactate gel has been shown to lower vaginal pH. The primary goal of lactate gel therapy is the restoration and maintenance of the vaginal pH at 4.5 to prevent or inhibit overgrowth of pathogens, until such time as the lactobacilli have become re-established and can maintain vaginal pH unassisted. Relactagel is a natural approach to the management of bacterial vaginosis through the regulation of vaginal pH.
- FOR TREATMENT – One single dose tube per day for 7 days at bed time.
- FOR PREVENTION – One single dose tube per day for 2-3 days at bedtime after menstruation
Relactagel® is a lactic acid gel that is clinically proven to treat and prevent bacterial Vaginosis (BV).